Medical FAQ

What time is the walk-in clinic? Check-in for the walk-in clinic is 8am. You must check-in with the receptionist in order to be considered for that days walk-in clinic. At 8am, doors open and patients are screened by our back office staff based on their medical condition. There is no benefit to showing up before 8am.
How much does it cost? Sliding scale fees are based on federal poverty guidelines. Please contact the Medical Clinic Receptionist for more information.
Can I get help with Pharmacy Assistance Program applications? If you are a patient of White Bird Medical Clinic and the medication is prescribed by our doctor, we can help you with your application for low or no- cost medication through our Pharmacy Assistance Program (PAP). There is an Administrative Fee charged for the use of this service. Our PAP Specialist will help you apply to the pharmaceutical company programs available for your medications. Note: receiving medication through these programs usually takes 4-6 weeks and is not guaranteed.
Can you help me pay medical bills or fill prescriptions from other doctors? No, sorry.
Do you have eye doctors? No, but White Bird Info Line can give you information about eligibility and application requirements for vouchers to be used at various optometrists in the area.
Do you have a translator? Please plan to bring your own translator. We usually have a person available who speaks some Spanish. Translation can often be arranged with some advanced notice.
Can I make an appointment? Yes, appointments are available on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, but please be aware that appointments are at a set rate and the sliding scale does not apply.
Do you provide physicals? We can do physicals for school, work, DOT, and Peace Corps. Because physicals are “wellness” visits, there are no grants available to defer costs. Physicals cannot be done at our morning drop-in clinics. Check with the Medical Program Receptionist for the cost of various